A monthly magazine founded by George Newnes. It was published in the United Kingdom from January 1891 to March 1950. Probably the most popular of the 'illustrated periodicals' popular in late Victorian and Edwardian times, the Strand Magazine had a regular circulation of over 400,000 copies a month for many years.
The typical Strand Magazine issue contains a mixture of serialised stories for adults, general interest non-fiction, and material for children. Much well-known fiction was first serialised in the Strand Magazine, most notably the short stories featuring Sherlock Holmes, written by Arthur Conan Doyle. The magazine is highly illustrated, normally containing well over 100 illustrations in every issue.
- The Saving of Karl Reichenberg, by Arthur Page.
- Illustrated Interviews. No. VIII.--Sir Morell Mackenzie, M.D.
- After the Crime, from the French of Constant Gueroult.
- My Neighbours' Dogs, by Arthur Morrison.
- Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. VIII.--The Adventure of the Speckled Band, by A. Conan Doyle.
- Beauty in Nature. I.--Introduction, by Sir John Lubbock, Bart, M.P.
- Portraits of Celebrities at different times of their Lives.
* Princess Victoria of Teck.
* Edmund Yates.
* George Manville Fenn.
* Victor Henri de Rochefort-Lucay.
* Madame Arabella Goddard.
* Captain Webb.
* Sir James D. Linton.
- The Prince's Crime, a True Romance of India, by J. E. Muddock, F.R.G.S.
- Weather Watchers and their Work.
- His Chance at Last, by Harry How.
- A Night Ride on the "Flying Scotchman", by F. G. Kitton.
- The Romance of a Telegraph Wire, a Story for Children, from the German of Karl von Schlozer.
- The Queer Side of Things. Moozeby, by J. F. Sullivan.